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Title of the Position:

Accounting Officer

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Durban

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

To maintain the general ledger, assist with payments, complete reconciliations; assist with reporting and in dealing with the various regulators.

Minimum Requirements:

Matric is a Must. BComm degree with Accounting and Auditing or BCompt degree. 2 years accounting experience in an Insurance / Financial environment. Must be familiar with: (Long Term & Short Term Insurance Act, Companies Act, VAT Act, Income Tax Act, Financial Advisory and Intermediary Services Act and the Financial Intelligence Centre Act). Preferred: At least 3 years additional long term and short term insurance experience within the finance department.

Key Responsibilities:

Maintenance of Complete and Accurate General Ledger:

  • Verify, allocate and post details of business transactions to accounts in the general ledger.
  • Reconciles and balances accounts.
  • Complete records up to balance sheet.
  • Monitor cash flows.

Claim Payments:

  • Assist with claim payments.

Balancing of Inter-Company Accounts:

  • Ensure inter-company accounts are accurate and balance to the Group Ledger.

SASRIA:

  • Accurately prepare SASRIA schedules and populate corresponding coupons on a monthly basis.
  • Assist in bi-annual external audit of SASRIA premium calculations, collection and payments.
  • Checks data received from IT to ensure accuracy in terms of rates and minimum premiums.

Maintenance of Reinsurance Accounts:

  • Ensure adherence to treaties terms and conditions and ensure that monthly premiums are calculated accurately for both The Company Insurance and The Company Life Assurance.
  • Verify data received from IT with regard to reinsurance premium rates.

Completion of VAT Returns:

  • Accurate completion of the VAT201 return on a monthly basis.
Month End General Ledger Close-off:
  • Calculate and complete journals with regards to statutory reserves for Life Assurance and Insurance (such as Policy-holder Liabilities, IBNR, CAR).
  • Calculate and complete monthly tax journals for Life Assurance and Insurance.
  • Confirm cash books balance.

Preparation of Reconciliations:

  • Accurately complete reconciliations for both The Insurance Company and The Life Assurance Company in respect of bank accounts, premium received, death claims, disability claims, short term claims and debtors and creditors.

Reporting - Assist with the following:

  • Preparation of monthly managerial reports.
  • Compilation of variance analysis reports.

Annual Financial Statements:

  • Assist with external audit queries.
  • Assist with preparation of AFS.

Assist with Completion of Quarterly and Annual Regulatory Returns:

  • Quarterly and annual Long / Short Term Insurance Returns.
  • Quarterly and annual NCR Returns for Long / Short Term Insurance.
  • Quarterly and annual SARB Returns for Long / Short Term Insurance.

Ad-hoc Duties and Assistance with the Compliance Function:

  • Perform any ad-hoc duties that may arise.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Temp Express Customer Service Representatives (x19)

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Western Cape

Salary:

Negotiable

Core purpose of the Job:

To address customers enquiries and resolve customer issues and queries. Indentify opportunities to offer information and products / service suggestions based on customers’ needs. To provide innovative solutions, execute merchandising plans and maintain The Company standards for optimum performance of stores. To meet or exceed retention and acquisition targets by providing exceptional customer centric service.

Knowledge:

  • Account Payments
  • Accessory Sales
  • Data and Airtime Sales
  • OBF Returns
  • Prepaid Handset and Sim Kit sales
  • RICA activation
  • VAS requests – International Roaming etc
  • Returns and Cancellations

Minimum Requirements:

Diploma in Commerce / Marketing / Communication or Related. Computer literate. Customer service experience. Sales experience essential (minimum 1 – 2 years).

Key Responsibilities:

In Branded Store:

  • Greet customers and ascertain what each customer wants or needs.
  • Accountable for cash and stock.
  • Receive cash and or process credits including account payments.
  • Accountable for sales and meeting sales targets i.e. data bundles, airtime, accessories, starter packs, pre-paid handsets.
  • Accountable for stock shortages.
  • Provide consumer advice and education / share product knowledge.
  • Management of cash shortages.
  • Manage operational issues in store:
  • Warranties, Returns, OBF’s; understand PPP that govern these processes.
  • Communication, in outlet, and with The Company.
  • Recommend merchandising principles and products for specific stores to the inventory controller.
  • Describe merchandise and explain use, operation and care of merchandise to customers.
  • Help customers try-on and fit merchandise.
  • Maintain knowledge of current sales and promotions, policies regarding payments and exchanges.
  • Maintain company’s policies and procedures.
  • Watch for and recognize security risks and theft and know how to prevent or handle these situations.
  • Recommend, select and help locate or obtain merchandise based on customer needs and desires.
  • Manage and account for all cash.
  • Conduct actual system transactions eg. activations, suspensions, migrations etc.
  • Relevant paperwork and documentation.
  • General Customer services: turnaround time, queuing time, accuracy, and productivity.

Role Complexity:

  • Ensure that all escalated queries are resolved within a turnaround time.

 

Title of the Position:

Office Manager

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose Of The Job:

To support the Sex Worker Programme and manage all administrative requirements.

Minimum Requirements:

A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. Project management skills/training. Valid SA Drivers License. Proficiency in MS Office. Minimum 5 – 10 years’ working experience in an Executive office and/or project management.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate and schedule relevant appointments and meetings.
  • Diary management.
  • Minute taking, meeting arrangement and all supporting administration.
  • Champion all travel arrangements.
  • Manage all administration.
  • Screen new calls for proposals.
  • Identify and pursue potential project funding opportunities.
  • Assess the project activities, M&E and external developments within the field in order to improve outputs on an ongoing basis.
  • Manage calls for proposal applications and capture accordingly.
  • Co-ordinate with external agencies such as public health and NGO partners, regulatory bodies, donor monitoring, auditing agencies and others as necessary.
  • Monitor and manage project SharePoint site (trouble-shoot, co-ordinate with IT and ensure current/updated information).
  • Professionalise project tools such as SOP’s, informed consents, participant / beneficiary information material, technical guidelines, best practice documents and other documentation as required.
  • Co-ordinate operational activities such as IT and procurement.
  • Monitor expenditures against budgets.
  • Assist with project reports.
  • Monitor HR/recruitment and hiring processes for project vacancies.
  • Effective self-management and performance ownership.

 

Title of the Position:

Human Resources Officer

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose Of The Job:

To provide a comprehensive Human Resources service on all core HR functions and processes enabling Line management to achieve business imperatives.

Minimum Requirements:

Human Resources Degree or Diploma. 3 years’ experience in a HR Generalist / Officer role. Computer Literacy and proficient in MS Office. Customer service orientation. Ability to work independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.

Key Responsibilities:

Industrial Relations:

  • Attend and hold disciplinary enquiries and grievance procedures.
  • Keep minutes of disciplinary enquiries.
  • Provide expert advice on the interpretation of all South African labour legislation to line management
  • Advise line on appropriate Industrial Relations avenues
  • Assist in the formulation of the charges.
  • Assist with the counselling sessions and keep record thereof.

Training and Development:

  • Identify and advise employee training needs in collaboration with the HR Manager and GM: HR

Performance Management:

  • Keep record of all the performance appraisals received
  • Assist with the queries related to the performance appraisals
  • Conduct trend analysis with Performance Appraisals

Human Resources Administration:

  • Conduct the leave audits for the syndicates
  • Communicate all employee changes to payroll timeously.
  • Ensure effective benefits administration.
  • Assist all the employees to complete the appropriate forms for the personnel files.
  • Ensure that all personnel files are up to date.
  • Ensure that all employees have up to date contracts and Job Profiles.
  • Recruitment and Selection.
  • Assist with general recruitment as and when required.

General:

  • Write job profiles for individual jobs in the organisation.
  • Provide accurate and timely reports to HR management and line management.
  • Conduct exit interviews.
  • Analyse and interpret trends within the organization and submit reports thereof.
  • Present and facilitate the company induction.

 

Title of the Position:

Helpdesk Specialist– Durban

Equity Requirement:

Open to race

Location:

Durban

Salary:

Market Related

Job Core Purpose:

To provide full support and amazing service to our existing clients, either via the telephone, email, post or fax. Ensure client satisfaction and retention.

Minimum Requirements:

Must be able to speak Afrikaans. Matric essential and preferred qualification Call Centre Certificate / Diploma. 1 year experience in a home loan, customer service and call centre environment. Microsoft Office - Excel, Word (Basic). Credit policies and services.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Conducting the relevant security checks prior to releasing client information
  • Ensuring first call / query resolution
  • Responding to all incoming telephonic / email / faxed queries and ancillary product enquiries/queries from our existing clients
  • Assisting our clients with all their further lending enquiries and requests ensuring all options are discussed and clearly explained.
  • Identify and pass sales leads to Customer Contact Centre (CCC) administration.
  • Provide feedback to our clients on all outstanding queries.
  • Record all interactions in Halo.
  • Support all web related queries.
  • Remain up to date with products and third party products.
  • Ensure that the amazing service principles are adhered to at all times.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Collections Consultant x2

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Durban

Salary:

Market Related

Job Core Purpose:

To assist and consult with defaulting clients to identify the reason for arrears, and manage the arrears status in order to stop the account from escalating to the arrears factor, in line with agreed targets per month.

Minimum Requirements:

Matric essential preferred Diploma in Financial Accounting. 1 to 2 years experience as a debt collector within the Home Loans, Banking or Retail Industry. Preferred 3 to 4 years as a debt collector in the financial services industry. Microsoft office (Word, Outlook: intermediate level).

Key Responsibilities:

Alignment to business driver/strategy:

  • Low cost servicer and originator: providing a quick and efficient service in the department.
  • Improved productivity and business efficiencies.
  • Alignment to the philosophy and delivery of amazing service.
  • To proactively contribute to the profitability of the company, by effectively managing the arrears book and minimise losses.

Minimise the arrears balance:

  • Make contact with client.
  • Establish reason for non payment.
  • Offer client solutions (counsel, assist and suggest possible solutions).
  • Reach agreement on payment plan.
  • Collect relevant documentation from clients for new arrangement.
  • Contracting with client on new payment plan.
  • Monitor the client behaviour against the payment plan.
  • Achieve set/agreed targets of payment per month.
  • Exercising sound decision making and judgement in the recovery of outstanding funds.

Administration function to support key function:

  • Scanning all client documents / correspondence received or transmitted to clients on Datastor.
  • Request valuations via e-mail and scan to Datastor.
  • Record and update notes on workflow, per activity.
  • Update client contact information on workflow.
  • Generate and forward and scan to Datastor letters to clients regarding new banking details for manual debit order or recurring debit order.
  • Send form 27 for recurring debit orders to clients immediately and load onto Datastor.

Aligned values and self development:

  • Align personal values to company values.
  • Responsible for own personal development.

 

Title of the Position:

Junior Payroll Administrator

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Durban

Salary:

Market Related

Minimum Requirements:

Matric essential preferred Diploma or certificate in payroll administration. 6 – 12 months relevant administrative experience. Preferred 1 year payroll / benefits admin experience, VIP exposure (VIP Premier Payroll and HR System) or HR experience.

Key Responsibilities:

Managing the HR Helpdesk Box:

  • Attending to all queries received via the HR Helpdesk.
  • Responding to queries within the required turnaround time.
  • Maintenance of the HR Helpdesk box.

ESS system:

  • Attending to ESS leave queries.
  • Comparison of attendance registers to ESS reports for any discrepancies.

Data Collation and Reporting:

  • Assisting with data collation and reporting as and when required.

Petrol Cards:

  • Ordering, distribution and cancellation of petrol cards.
  • Distribution of petrol statements on a monthly basis.

Provident Fund:

  • Processing of Provident Fund New Entrant Forms.
  • Processing of Provident Fund Withdrawal Forms.

HR Database:

  • Capturing of all required information on the HR Premier System.
  • Maintenance of data integrity on the HR Premier system.

General Admin Duties: assisting with:

  • Certificates of Service.
  • UIF forms.
  • Monthly submission of UIF Declaration.
  • Preparation and distribution of various letters and emails.
  • Updating of leave records for temporary staff.
  • Updating the monthly Standard Bank Payment Schedule.
  • Filing of documents on Datastor.
  • Assisting with payroll projects as and when required.

Payroll Capture:

  • Monthly data input into the VIP payroll system.

Handling of staff queries:

  • Handling staff queries efficiently and effectively.
  • Offering amazing service to all internal and external customers.
  • To receive escalated cases from employees and divert to supervisor / manager for handling.

 

Title of the Position:

Manager: Business Development

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Bruma

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

Seeking to appoint a candidate to drive The Company business development activities in the key prioritized markets, in support of strategic and tactical plans. The successful candidate will establish and maintain relationships with important role-players and current clients; identify and respond to new business opportunities; perform preliminary evaluations to determine the viability (financial and strategic) of projects.

Minimum Requirements:

Degree or equivalent qualification in Commercial or Business Administration. At least 5 years of relevant experience in Business Development environment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Developing and implementing business development plan and strategy for the specific Africa region and selected global markets.
  • Taking full advantage of the business opportunities identified in the market potential study.
  • Monitoring and reporting on sales and market activities and providing relevant management information.
  • Managing, monitoring and delivering Africa regional revenue budget.
  • Designing and implementing a market development strategy to maximize revenue.
  • Providing strategic feedback and contribute to business planning in support of business development strategy.
  • Providing input on pricing strategies for all services rendered by The Company.
  • Driving the utilisation of The Company’s Customer Relationship Management database to manage customer accounts.
  • Leading, directing and managing the interaction of the Business Development unit with other Company departments.
  • Visiting potential customers to prospect for new business, negotiating and closing sales, gaining a clear understanding of clients’ businesses and requirements for expansion, generate and leverage a network of private and public sector contacts relevant to The Company market penetration in the continent and surrounding geographic regions.
  • Ensuring that all market development activities comply with all The Company risk management requirements and ISO Quality Standards.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Temp Enterprise Architect – 6 Months Fixed Term Contract

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Bruma

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

Responsible for the overall design, development, installation and test of the components for the infrastructure, development, execution and operations technical architectures (e.g. system software, hardware, LAN, WAN, printing and interface architectures). The Technical Architect has an end-to-end view and is responsible for the overall technical architecture.

Minimum Requirements:

A Bachelors degree in IT or Engineering. Masters qualification an advantage. 5 - 7 years in an Architectural role. Understanding of IT and the application thereof for business benefit is a must.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead the creation or evolution of the enterprise architecture capability.
  • Evangelize the EA concept across IT and the business.
  • Technical architecture & standards development, standards assurance, standards adoption, publication and implementation.
  • Policy definition, adoption and implementation and legislation compliance/assurance.
  • Take the lead in the architectural governance process.
  • Research and benchmarking against leading practice
  • Compiling business plans and road maps for the various disciplines in ICT.
  • Communicate all aspects of EA effectively.
  • Satisfy and support the short to long term business requirements and objectives.
  • Improve internal capability by coaching and developing the internal staff members.
  • Manage staff in accordance with policies and procedures defined by legislation and policies with the organization.

 

Title of the Position:

Temp Application Architect – 6 Months Fixed Term Contract

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Bruma

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

Responsible for the overall design, development, installation and test of the business application inventory of interfaces and the services oriented architecture, also the governance of Applications across the organization.

Minimum Requirements:

Tertiary Degree / Diploma in IT or Engineering. Recent security certification required. 5 - 7 years in a Technical role.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Participate in the architectural governance process.
  • Be accountable for the governance aspects related to the Security within The Company to ensure the standards are maintained by the organization.
  • Be responsible for the policies related to ICT Security with The Company.
  • Ensure that the architecture meets the minimum performance and availability requirements and is in line with the overall ICT strategy of the company.
  • Manage the dependencies between the various areas of the business and ensure that the various architecture components are aligned.
  • Compile work plans and resource requirements for the Security streams.
  • Develop the overall Security approach.
  • Compile the application and interface standards for the development environment.
  • Ensure that the business requirements are understood and confirm/sign off the business requirements.
  • Manage the relevant tool selection process
  • Ensure that the architecture meets the minimum performance and availability requirements.

 

Title of the Position:

Temp Security Architect – 6 Months Fixed Term Contract

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Bruma

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

Responsible for the overall design, development, installation and test of the security components of The Company IT infrastructure, also the governance of ICT Security across the organization.

Minimum Requirements:

Tertiary Degree / Diploma in IT or Engineering. Recent security certification required. 5-7 years in Technical role.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Participate in the architectural governance process.
  • Be accountable for the governance aspects related to the Security within The Company to ensure the standards are maintained by the organization.
  • Be responsible for the policies related to ICT Security with The Company.
  • Ensure that the architecture meets the minimum performance and availability requirements and is in line with the overall ICT strategy of The Company.
  • Manage the dependencies between the various areas of the business and ensure that the various architecture components are aligned.
  • Compile work plans and resource requirements for the Security streams.
  • Develop the overall Security approach.
  • Compile the application and interface standards for the development environment.
  • Ensure that the business requirements are understood and confirm / sign off the business requirements.
  • Manage the relevant tool selection process
  • Ensure that the architecture meets the minimum performance and availability requirements.

 

Title of the Position:

Regional Sales Manager

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Meyerton

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

To grow the customer base and increase sales / revenue by generating and closing leads, meeting the needs of customers, and by providing technical support for products when required.

Minimum Requirements:

Metallurgical or Chemical Engineering qualification plus Commercial Diploma. Minimum 4 - 5 years technical experience in a metallurgical environment. Sales experience an advantage.

Key Responsibilities:

Process Management:

  • Monitors and defines market trends to identify shifts in product requirements, by:
  • Monitoring the industry with respect to alternative technology and/or products.
  • Liaising with engineering companies and tertiary institutions.
  • Attending major conferences and symposia on mineral processing as exhibitor or delegate.
  • Monitors and revises monthly/annual forecast mix in order to advise procurement and production on asset utilisation, i.e. volumes, grade, and packaging, and investigates significant variances in demand.
  • Informs Finance and/or Distribution Department of customer related information such as mergers, customer relocation, and bankruptcy.
  • Assists the Marketing Manager in reviewing and re-negotiating contracts with key customers on a quarterly or annual basis, depending on customer and market.
  • Responsible for the sale of technically complex products and services where specialised knowledge of the related technology of the composition, utilisation and maintenance of the products / services is essential.

Provides technical support and advice to customers and prospective customers:

  • Advises on product range and grade selection.
  • Assists in fault finding and advises on corrective action.
  • Assists in process optimisation issues.
  • Develops and sets up agency / distributor agreements in central business regions, and manages relationships on an ongoing basis.
  • Negotiates trial campaigns with prospective customers and assists technically.

Prepares and issues quotes to both new and existing customers in Africa and Europe:

  • Confirms export rates based on customer specifications, i.e. INCO sales terms.
  • Compares competitiveness of quotes with local suppliers (competitors).
  • Regularly visits customers to obtain general market information as well as specific information regarding stocks, usage, competitor activity and technical info etc.
  • Participates in exhibitions of products and added service portfolio at local and international mining / trade events.
  • Formally registers and investigates all customer complaints to resolve in an amicable way, thereby avoiding / reducing possible financial liability.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Project Factory Engineer

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

Streamline production of standard set of analyses and documents for internal reviews (Expert Panels) and external reviews (Gate Reviews). Develop analytical skills of GITs. Support the Project Factory in robust business case development to ensure that:

  • Capital mega-projects can be staffed with the right resources at the right time;
  • Capital mega-projects are optimised for financial and social returns
  • Business cases use an agreed source of macroeconomic data, scenario - planning inputs (e.g. for demand planning), and impact calculations;
  • Business cases are aligned with the overall strategy and budgets.

Minimum Requirements:

The candidate should have either: BTech or equivalent; BSc or equivalent or Minimum of 5 years of experience. Strong Excel and PowerPoint skills.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support teams with standard quantitative and qualitative analyses on engineering solutions, as defined by Experts and members of project team.
  • Support teams with document submission based on agreed templates, as assigned by Experts and Project Scrubbing Mega Lead.
  • Track submission packets to Expert Panel reviews within the Project Factory; ensure that all documents are available to experts.
  • Track submission packets to Gate Review committee; ensure that all documents are submitted by the appropriate date to the necessary parties.
  • Attend weekly training sessions and complete necessary work for industry qualifications.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Project Factory Expert

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

Provide deep expertise to large, complex capital programmes going through the Project Factory in robust business case development to ensure that:

  • Capital mega-projects can be staffed with the right resources at the right time.
  • Capital mega-projects are optimised for financial and social returns.
  • Business cases use an agreed source of macroeconomic data, scenario - planning inputs (e.g. for demand planning), and impact calculations.
  • Business cases are aligned with the overall strategy and budgets.

Expertise to be provided in one of three areas:

  • Business support & commercial (e.g. business case development, procurement, legal etc.).
  • Technical support (e.g. engineering).
  • Project support (e.g. controls, planning, estimating, contracting etc.).

Minimum Requirements:

Prior experience in the process for delivering Capital Projects and in Business Case Development. A BSc or equivalent; BTech or equivalent; BCom or equivalent; Supply Chain and Operations Management Qualification; Risk Management Qualification or Minimum of 10 years experience.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and/or manage the development of the required modules to deliver the Project Factory curriculum in the relevant area of expertise, taking into account principles of adult learning.
  • Develop and/or manage the development of tools, templates and processes to support programmes in the Project Factory in the relevant area of expertise.
  • Coordinate the part-time and external expert resources in the relevant area of expertise to ensure the right support is provided to programmes going through the Project Factory.
  • Conduct workshops, training sessions and other forums to share best practices and Group policies.
  • Engage in 1:1 and group problem-solving and coaching sessions on their area of expertise.
  • Convene and join expert panels to test programme deliverables in their area of expertise.
  • Remain up to date with industry best practices.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Project Factory Senior Analyst

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

Streamline production of standard set of analyses and documents for internal reviews (Expert Panels) and external reviews (Gate Reviews). Develop analytical skills of GITs. Support the Project Factory in robust business case development to ensure that:

  • Capital mega-projects can be staffed with the right resources at the right time;
  • Capital mega-projects are optimised for financial and social returns
  • Business cases use an agreed source of macroeconomic data, scenario - planning inputs (e.g. for demand planning), and impact calculations;
  • Business cases are aligned with the overall strategy and budgets.

Minimum Requirements:

The candidate should have either a: BSc or equivalent; BTech or equivalent; BCom or equivalent or Minimum of 5 years’ of experience. Strong Excel and PowerPoint skills.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support teams with standard quantitative analyses, as defined by Experts and members of project team.
  • Support teams with document submission based on agreed templates, as assigned by Navigators.
  • Track submission packets to Expert Panel reviews within the Project Factory; ensure that all documents are available to experts.
  • Track submission packets to Gate Review committee; ensure that all documents are submitted by the appropriate date to the necessary parties.
  • Attend weekly training sessions and complete necessary work for industry qualifications.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Project Factory – Senior Specialist

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

Streamline production of standard set of analyses and documents for internal reviews (Expert Panels) and external reviews (Gate Reviews). Develop analytical skills of GITs. Support the Project Factory in robust business case development to ensure that:

  • Capital mega-projects can be staffed with the right resources at the right time;
  • Capital mega-projects are optimised for financial and social returns
  • Business cases use an agreed source of macroeconomic data, scenario - planning inputs (e.g. for demand planning), and impact calculations;
  • Business cases are aligned with the overall strategy and budgets.

Minimum Requirements:

The candidate should have either a: BSc or equivalent; BTech or equivalent; BCom or equivalent; Project Management Qualification; Supply Chain Management Qualification; Risk Management Qualification or Minimum of 5 years’ experience. Experience in project management.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support teams with standard quantitative and qualitative analyses on project controls, risk planning and estimating, and contracting strategy, as defined by Experts and members of project team.
  • Support teams with document submission based on agreed templates, as assigned by Experts and Project Scrubbing Mega Lead.
  • Track submission packets to Expert Panel reviews within the Project Factory; ensure that all documents are available to experts.
  • Track submission packets to Gate Review committee; ensure that all documents are submitted by the appropriate date to the necessary parties.
  • Attend weekly training sessions and complete necessary work for industry qualifications.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Project Scrubbing Mega Lead

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

Create a project scrubbing (cross functional) team internally within The Company to continue the methodologies implemented in the Project Factory. Create a cross functional team that can in the future do detailed reviews of business cases for mega/major projects/programmes and optimisation of Portfolio Tail. Drive cost and timing reductions in individual capital mega-projects across The Company to maximise capital productivity and ensure fiscal responsibility, while balancing the need to drive sustainable business outcomes from these projects. Additionally, this position will support ODs in developing robust cost / timing logic for capital mega-project business cases. Own, manage and maintain the curriculum used in the Project Factory, in supporting large, complex capital programmes in robust business case development to ensure that:

  • Capital mega-projects can be staffed with the right resources at the right time;
  • Capital mega-projects are optimised for financial and social returns
  • Business cases use an agreed source of macroeconomic data, scenario - planning inputs (e.g. for demand planning), and impact calculations;
  • Business cases are aligned with the overall strategy and budgets.

Minimum Requirements:

Prior experience in business case development. Experience leading cross-functional teams with mixed tenures. The candidate should have either: BSc or equivalent; BTech or equivalent; BCom or equivalent; Supply Chain and Operations Management Qualification; Risk Management Qualification or Minimum of 10 years of experience.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead the Capital / Mega team.
  • Review business cases for mega/major projects.
  • “Approve” business cases prior to submission to CAPIC/BADC/BoD.
  • Use the methodologies implemented in Project Factory.
  • Creating our own Project Factory.
  • Assisting OD’s in developing robust business case reviews.
  • Identify, secure and induct sufficient expert resources in a timely manner to satisfy the needs of programme teams in the Project Factory.
  • Define methodology to review the support / advice provided by experts and oversee regular checks of performance (including satisfaction of Project Managers).
  • Manage individual project scrubbing teams to ensure that: best practice in capital project scrubbing is followed; teams learn from each other; and that projects are scrubbed rigorously with high impact results on cost and timing.
  • Work with Business Integration Officers to ensure that scrubbing recommendations do not put other projects at risk.
  • Support ODs in the development of portions of the business case relevant to cost, timing, or otherwise addressable in a project scrubbing context.
  • Manage the development of tools and models to ensure that the use of input data sets is easy, and that the outputs from business cases can be quickly tested.
  • Convene expert panels as required to test the robustness of programme teams’ solutions.
  • Gather feedback on the Project Factory curriculum and manage its continuous improvement.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Manager: Portfolio Updates and Analysis

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

Ensure that The Company’s capital portfolio is accurate, up to date, and transparent so that capital allocation decisions are effective and fact-based. Ensure an optimal capital expenditure portfolio for the Group that supports the strategic and financial objectives of the company. Maintain and design systems and procedures to provide value added decision useful information to the relevant level of management. Monitoring of capital investment cash flows. Provision of strategic financial inputs to ensure that the long-term value is created in the company. Develop and monitor adequate risk mitigations strategies for the portfolio.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the applicant can demonstrate that he/she has developed the necessary competencies through experience and focussed financial training, a CA (SA) qualification is required; Preferably with MBA. At least 10 years’ experience in a similar position.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Run quarterly updates of the capital portfolio; Analyse the portfolio and compile actionable insights for capital teams, mega project teams and ODs; Create visibility over the impact of trade-offs between different projects within the portfolio; Ensure implementation of a Capital Project Portfolio Management system (CPM) across The Company Group (Compile a comprehensive CPM policy and guideline; Ensure training and support of end users; Perform evaluations and monitoring of the capital programmes by using the applicable CPM tools; Perform viability assessments and recommendations of major capital projects.

Perform post evaluation studies according to the PCR guideline on capital projects undertaken:

  • Consolidate information from various stakeholders to prepare an annual budget, submit to EXCO for approval and communicate the approved budget to stakeholders.
  • Develop the capital budgeting guidelines for the Group in line with the Group accounting policies to ensure consistency and standardisation of the budgeting processes across the Group.
  • Put together an accountability framework to monitor and follow up with businesses any deviations from the Group accounting policies in terms of capital budgeting process.
  • Ensure sound provision of management information through:
  • Compilation of monthly capital expenditure reports for submission to CAPIC committee, CFO and EXCO so that they are always informed of the state of the capital expenses.
  • Conduct detailed analysis of capital expenditure to feed into and effectively monitor the overall capital budget.
  • Develop and monitor adequate risk mitigations strategies for the portfolio.
  • Develop systems and procedures to rank projects between divisions at Group level.
  • Portfolio balancing within operating divisions and at Group level.
  • Portfolio report structuring.
  • Corporate plan input.
  • Develop and maintain processes to update capital budget and to quickly optimise the portfolio to meet short term cash needs and longer term capital requirements.
  • Manage the Corporate plan budgeting cycle.
  • Provide input to the Investment Forum.
  • Ensure adequate/fair capital allocation between divisions and within divisions.
  • Develop capital benchmarks and the prioritisation tool criteria.
  • Development of clearly defined Capex categories that inform capital allocation decisions and setting clear risk –return guidelines.
  • Develop processes to communicate corporate capital productivity across the organisation.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Analyst – Analysis Support, Coordination and Benchmarking

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

To support to the Executive Manager - Regulatory Analysis.

Minimum Requirements:

Law Degree, Post Graduate qualification, preferably. Minimum 3 - 5 years’ experience in legal compliance and regulatory role is required.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Translate the planned freight demand (developed by the Senior Specialist Demand Planning) to port and pipeline demand for infrastructure capacity expansions.
  • Monitor the regulatory environment to identify new applicable regulatory requirements and amendments to existing regulatory requirements.
  • Review regulatory requirements and interact with key stakeholders advising them of the new or amended regulatory requirements for the Company.
  • Coordinate and track comments received from Centre functions and Operating Divisions on draft regulatory requirements.
  • Maintain a register of new and amended regulatory requirements.
  • Draft communications on new Regulatory requirements, amendments or when Regulatory requirements are repealed.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager on the analysis and interpretation of regulatory requirements for inclusion incompliance control plans.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager in the interpretation of regulatory requirements for inclusion in compliance monitoring activities.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager in the maintaining and tracking Statutory Reporting Requirements and Responsibilities.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager in the on-going awareness of new regulatory requirements.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager in conducting research and identifying best practice compliance analysis benchmarks, so that the Company can be on par with its counterparts.
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager in the development and implementation of a compliance analysis benchmarking process taking into local and international developments.
  • Reviewing of draft regulatory requirements gazetted for public comment against comparable international regulatory requirements.
  • Co-ordinate comments from OD and TCC functions, where applicable, relating to comments on draft Company policies and procedures.
  • Review draft Company policies and procedures for compliance to relevant regulatory requirements and provide comments.
  • Research regulatory requirements and provide compliance memorandums / opinions
  • Provide support to the Executive Manager to provide “plain language” regulatory requirements in order that it is meaningful to the business.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Analyst & Specialist: Project Scrubbing

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Purpose of Job:

Streamline production of standard set of analyses and documents for internal reviews (Expert Panels) and external reviews (Gate Reviews). Develop analytical skills of Graduates-in-Training (GITs). Support the Project Factory in robust business case development to ensure that Capital mega-projects can be staffed with the right resources at the right time; Capital mega-projects are optimised for financial and social returns; Business cases use an agreed source of macroeconomic data, scenario planning inputs (e.g. for demand planning), and impact calculations; Business cases are aligned with the overall strategy and budgets.

Minimum Requirements:

The candidate should have either a: BSc or equivalent; BTech or equivalent; BCom or equivalent; Project Management Qualification; Supply Chain Management Qualification; Risk Management Qualification; Minimum of 5 years’ experience and Experience in project management.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support teams with standard quantitative and qualitative analyses on project controls, risk planning and estimating, and contracting strategy, as defined by Experts and members of project team; Support teams with document submission based on agreed templates, as assigned by experts and Senior Manager: Project Scrubbing; Track submission packets to expert panel reviews within the Project Factory, ensure that all documents are available to experts.
  • Track submission packets to Gate Review Committee, ensure that all documents are submitted by the appropriate date to the necessary parties; Attend weekly training sessions and complete necessary work for industry qualifications.

The position holder will need to:

  • Complete submissions to Expert Panel and Gate Reviews.
  • Timely production and submission of documents.
  • Error-free quantitative and qualitative analysis.
  • The position holder owns and manages the creation and maintenance of the Project Factory modules and supporting material in their area of expertise, and in scheduling and managing the required interactions to deliver this content.
  • The Project Factory Manager and Project Scrubbing Mega Lead should be consulted on major changes to the material, curriculum or expert requirements.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Specialist - Capacity Planning

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

The position ensures that the planned demand is translated into rail demand infrastructure and rolling stock informed by the strategically defined operating models and capacity breakpoints.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the incumbent can demonstrate that he/she has developed the necessary competencies through experience, an Engineering degree is required with at least 5 years’ experience of Infrastructure and Capital Planning. At least 5 years proven experience in Rail Engineering is essential with 4 years proven experience of project management. Must be in possession of a Drivers licence code B. Must be in a position to travel regularly for visits to project sites and operational environments.

Knowledge:

  • In-depth knowledge of rail logistics and operations.
  • Thorough knowledge of supply chain design and capacity planning.
  • Thorough understanding of commercial management in a transportation / logistics environment.
  • Understanding of business case development and financial analysis.
  • Thorough knowledge of rail infrastructure lifecycle management.
  • Knowledge of Project Management principles and controls.
  • Solid contextualisation skills.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Translate the planned freight demand (developed by the Senior Specialist Demand Planning) to rail demand for infrastructure (train slots) and rolling stock by type, route and network segment.
  • Develop a service design plan and the matrix to inform the transportation model in conjunction with the Senior Specialist Simulation Modelling.
  • Develop the high level train plan required to handle the forecast traffic volume and to accommodate where required scheduled passenger train operations.
  • Set up operational standards and designs. Service designs to match with installed infrastructure capacity.
  • Develop service design plans to inform the rail infrastructure and rolling stock requirements that will most likely ensure sufficient capacity ahead of demand.
  • Develop the required rolling stock fleet plans to reflect the 30 year capital cost and cash-flow programmes.
  • Determine a total system throughput which is influenced by the optimal axle loading, safe train configuration, scheduling, staging, consolidation and crewing.
  • Develop a high level the train service plan for each volume flow including terminal and haulage time and the origin and destination terminal for each flow.
  • Identify train operation enhanced technologies (ECP braking, DP, Dual Voltage Locos, on the fly change over and safety systems) for specific operational models and breakpoints.
  • Identify system capacity constraints and capacity resource requirements in terms of running lines, yards, traction change over, locos, wagons, preparation and inspection facilities, operational staff facilities, planning and control systems and communications systems.
  • Develop alternatives to mitigate capacity constraints and operational readiness fatal flaws.
  • Comprehensively analyse the installed capacity available on the entire rail network and associated hub and terminal infrastructure.
  • Conduct capacity utilisation analysis to understand when and where new capacity will be required in future.
  • Identify and guide the development of technology and infrastructure improvement plans that will most effectively ensure sufficient capacity ahead of demand.
  • Ensure development of the required rolling stock, service design and infrastructure development plans to reflect the 30 year capital cost and cash-flow programmes.
  • Produce a comprehensive risk register for rail development projects. The register will include safety, commercial, operational, spatial, environmental and social risks.
  • Lead the development of projects.
  • Offer support to Group Commercial and TFR with capacity analysis and infrastructure development investigations in support of commercial contract negotiations.
  • Lead and address rail planning issues at various internal and external planning committees.
  • Approve and ensure preparation of planning position papers on behalf of company in response to external queries about long term rail developments and land usage.
  • Provide planning direction and support to the operating units in the development of specific conceptual and pre-feasibility studies and the assessment of component infrastructure plans.
  • Represent company on planning issues to external stakeholders and establish structured planning interfaces with planning authorities to ensure alignment.
  • Strategy and Group Policy on such engagements when required.
  • Ensure the alignment of the rail capital plans with the capital budgeting cycle by engaging with the operating divisions planning functions on an on-going basis.
  • Implement and maintain adequate controls of Group Planning budget with pro-active and prudent cost containment and adherence to company finance and accounting policies and procedures.
  • Ensure effective office governance by ensuring monthly reports on progress are comprehensively prepared and presented.
  • Effective management of the rail planning team by ensuring company HR policies and processes are communicated and implemented including performance reviews, skills development and training.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Specialist - FER Studies

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

To manage the planning functions of LTPF by providing direction and coordination of infrastructure and rolling stock planning functions in order to create capacity ahead of demand.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the incumbent can demonstrate that he/she has developed the necessary competencies through experience, an Engineering degree is required with at least 5 years’ experience of Infrastructure and Capital Planning is required. At least 5 years proven experience in Rail Engineering is essential. A least 4 years proven experience of project management will be an advantage. Must be in possession of a Drivers licence code B. Must be in a position to travel regularly for visits to project sites and operational environments.

Knowledge:

  • In-depth knowledge of rail logistics and operations.
  • Thorough knowledge of supply chain design and capacity planning.
  • Thorough understanding of commercial management in a transportation / logistics environment.
  • Understanding of business case development and financial analysis.
  • Thorough knowledge of rail infrastructure lifecycle management.
  • Knowledge of Project Management principles and controls.
  • Solid contextualisation skills.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Conceptualise and direct research and planning studies including the early selection, planning, development and approval of capital investment concepts and business cases for project feasibility development.
  • Lead the management of projects.
  • Conduct gap analysis (understanding the difference between the current status quo and the operational requirements) and comparing the current capacity against the opportunities that maybe offered by different capacity creation scenarios.
  • Develop roadmaps which take into account the introduction of new eco-friendly and intelligent technologies to adapt with forces shaping the social change.
  • Develop and update a supply chain model used for rail line capacity creation options development.
  • Concept design methodologies to be used for the various railway engineering designs, i.e. operations, civil and permanent way, signalling and telecommunications, and traction electrification.
  • Conduct financial analysis on the proposed intervention options, including a decision matrix to select the highly likely options to be further investigated.
  • Develop a risk register highlighting key risks and proposed mitigations; Offer support to Group Commercial and TFR Commercial with capacity analysis and infrastructure development investigations in support of commercial contract negotiations.
  • Lead and address rail planning issues at various internal and external planning committees. This includes brainstorming workshops and joint planning meetings.
  • Approve and ensure preparation of planning position papers on behalf of company in response to external queries about long term rail developments and land usage.
  • Provide planning direction and support to the operating units in the development of specific conceptual and pre-feasibility studies and the assessment of component infrastructure plans.
  • Represent company on planning issues to external stakeholders and establish structured planning interfaces with planning authorities to ensure alignment and adoption of the LTPF support Group Strategy and Group Policy on such engagements when required.
  • Ensure the alignment of the rail capital plans with the capital budgeting cycle by engaging with the operating divisions planning functions on an on-going basis.
  • Implement and maintain adequate controls of Group Planning budget with pro-active and prudent cost containment and adherence to company finance and accounting policies and procedures.
  • Ensure effective office governance by ensuring monthly reports on progress are comprehensively prepared and presented.
  • Effective management of the rail planning team by ensuring company HR policies and processes are communicated and implemented including performance reviews, skills development and training.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Specialist – Ports and Pipeline Capacity Planning

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

The main purpose of this position is to undertake and guide the development in the capacity planning of port and pipeline infrastructure.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the incumbent can demonstrate that he/she has developed the necessary competencies through experience, an Engineering degree is required. At least 5 years’ experience of Infrastructure and Capital Planning. 5 years proven experience in port and/or pipeline engineering is essential. 4 years proven experience of Project Management will be an advantage.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Translate the planned freight demand (developed by the Senior Specialist Demand Planning) to port and pipeline demand for infrastructure capacity expansions.
  • Develop the high level capacity plans required to handle the forecast cargo volume.
  • Set up operational standards and designs. Service designs to match with installed infrastructure capacity.
  • Develop service design plans to inform the port and pipeline infrastructure requirements that will most likely ensure sufficient capacity ahead of demand.
  • Identify system capacity constraints and capacity resource.
  • Develop alternatives to mitigate capacity constraints and operational readiness fatal flaws.
  • Comprehensively analyse the installed capacity available on the port and pipeline network and associated hub and terminal infrastructure.
  • Conduct capacity utilisation analysis to understand when and where new capacity will be required in future.
  • Identify and guide the development of technology and infrastructure improvement plans that will most effectively ensure sufficient capacity ahead of demand.
  • Ensure development of infrastructure development plans to reflect the 30 year capital cost and cash-flow programmes.
  • Integrate port and pipeline development plans with other planning functions (rail planning) in, and optimise short term (0 - 7 years), medium term (8-15 years) and long term (16-30 years) infrastructure capital investments.
  • Produce a comprehensive risk register for port and pipeline development projects. The register will include safety, commercial, operational, spatial, environmental and social risks.
  • Lead the development of projects during the PLP FEL1 and FEL 2 process stages and gates
  • Offer support to Group Commercial, The Company Extensions with capacity analysis and infrastructure development investigations in support of commercial contract negotiations.
  • Lead and address port and pipeline planning issues at various internal and external planning committees.
  • Approve and ensure preparation of planning position papers on behalf of the Company in response to external queries about long term port and pipeline developments and land usage.
  • Provide planning direction and support to the operating units in the development of specific conceptual and pre-feasibility studies and the assessment of component infrastructure plans.
  • Represent the Company on planning issues to external stakeholders and establish structured planning interfaces with planning authorities to ensure alignment and adoption of the LTPF; support Group Strategy and Group Policy on such engagements when required.
  • Ensure the alignment of the port and pipeline capital plans with the capital budgeting cycle by engaging with the operating divisions planning functions on an on-going basis.
  • Implement and maintain adequate controls of Group Planning budget with pro-active and prudent cost containment and adherence to the Company finance and accounting policies and procedures.
  • Ensure effective office governance by ensuring monthly reports on progress are comprehensively prepared and presented.
  • Effective management of the port and pipeline planning team by ensuring the Company HR policies and processes are communicated and implemented including performance reviews, skills development and training.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Senior Specialist – Rail Physical Planning

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Johannesburg Metropolitan

Salary:

Market Related

Core Job Purpose:

To formulate and maintain the rail planning component of the Long Term Planning Framework.

Minimum Requirements:

Unless the incumbent can demonstrate that he/she has developed the necessary competencies through experience, an Engineering degree is required. At least 3 years’ experience of Infrastructure and Capital Planning. 5 years proven experience in Rail Engineering is essential. 3 years proven experience of Project Management will be an advantage.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Formulate and develop the rail components of the Long Term Planning Framework (LTPF) and supporting rail network plans.
  • Develop rail infrastructure solutions and the rail components of the Company’s Long Term Planning Framework (LTPF) and supporting rail network plans.
  • Carry out comprehensive analysis and understanding of the installed capacity available on the entire rail network and associated hub and terminal infrastructure.
  • Conduct capacity utilisation analysis to understand when and where new capacity will be required in future.
  • Identify capacity constraints in terms of running lines, yards, traction systems, traffic control and maintenance systems.
  • Develop infrastructure improvement plans that will most likely ensure sufficient capacity ahead of demand and evaluation the effectiveness of the capacity interventions.
  • Identification and planning of future rolling stock requirements based on the infrastructure capacity requirement.
  • Develop the required infrastructure development plans and programming of phases to reflect the 30 year capital cost and cash-flow programmes.
  • Identify and maintain the dependencies and critical path amongst capacity interventions for all infrastructure improvement plans within the LTPF.
  • Identify missing railway links, upgrading of existing infrastructure, the construction of new railway infrastructure and logistics facilities (including roads interface) with the view to establish an integrated and seamless supply chain through multimodal transport system LTPF alignment with National Development Framework (i.e. SIPS) SADC Regional railways connectivity alignment with the aim to establish efficient, integrated, safe and environmentally sustainable regional railway corridors linking all SADC Member States and countries beyond Project management of new rail alignment development and line upgrade studies utilising the most appropriate methods and technologies to derive to an optimum supply chain solution.
  • Conduct research and planning studies including the early selection, planning, development and approval of capital investment concepts and business cases for project feasibility development.
  • Lead the managements of projects during the FER, FEL-1, and FEL-2 through Project Lifecycle Process (PLP) and participate in Gate Reviews Processes.
  • Produce a comprehensive risk register for rail developments projects in order to develop mitigation statements and remedial actions to ensure that project are not negatively impacted.
  • Project management service and expertise in managing sustainable projects throughout the project lifecycle process to achieve various organizational objectives.
  • Managing the procurement of professional services, contractors and other goods and services within the prescribed legislative and policy requirements.
  • Financial management including but not limited to budgeting, expenditure management and reporting.
  • Ensuring that all project information is accurately kept up to date for effective project review and strategic decision making.
  • Identify project development fatal flaws by analysing engineering hydrological, geotechnical, topographical, structural, signalling, civil, telecoms and electrical reports.
  • Engage with technical experts on rail development plans.
  • Prepare planning position papers on behalf of the Company in response to external queries about long term rail developments and land usage.
  • Provide support to the operating division in the development of specific conceptual and pre-feasibility studies and the assessment of component of infrastructure plans.
  • Ensure the alignment of the rail capital plans with the capital budgeting cycle by engaging with the operating divisions planning functions as an on-going basis.
  • Provide technical inputs at various internal and external forums.
  • Ensure effective office governance by ensuring monthly reports on progress are comprehensively prepared and reported.

 

 

Title of the Position:

Property Finance Consultants x 10

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Pretoria, Durban, Johannesburg, Pietermaritzburg

Salary:

Market Related

Minimum Requirements:

Matric essential. Minimum 2 years proven track record in sales (sales leagues / rankings, records and achievements). Must have operated in an environment that requires proactive prospecting (a hunter). Must have worked in a pressurised sales environment. Exceptionally strong admin skill set. Preferred: 3 years sales experience, preferably in a home loans environment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • To actively prospect potential home loan clients, then by using the appropriate needs analysis based sales techniques, either switches them from other financial institutions or to offer them a new home finance package that is tailor made and accompanied by amazing service.

Alignment to business driver/strategy:

  • To ensure that roll up branch, regional and national targets are achieved and hence contribute to maximising company profits and shareholder value.

Source potential clients:

  • Using proactive prospecting methods: Create a strong network of potential clients through ongoing partnering and relationship building; information mining; conducting corporate presentations, outbound calls, social activities, etc.
  • Using measurable reactive methods:
  • (1) SAPTG letters, (2) flyers, (3) faxmark marketing initiatives, (4) call duties, (5) Referral campaigns, etc.

Identify needs:

  • Identify the primary financial and emotional needs of the potential client by asking open ended questions and then actively listening to their responses.
  • Pre-qualify the potential client through understanding their background situation and linking it to the credit matrix.
  • Identify the financial problems / challenges faced by the potential client and the impact it is having on them.
  • Should potential client not qualify, keep their details for possible future follow-up.

Match relevant product package to relevant need:

  • Using outstanding product knowledge, present the features and benefits of a product package to the potential client in such a way that it meets their need and solves their problems.
  • Explain to the potential client the procedure taken to process their application.
  • Apply the correct credit criteria when assessing the file.

Explain the LOA and close the deal:

  • Explain all the important figures, conditions and terminology in the LOA.
  • Close the deal by first summarising the benefits of the relevant product package as it relates to the identified need, then asking for the business.

Maintain customer contact and follow-up:

  • Update the client on every step of the process after the deal is concluded.
  • Explain answers to questions from clients accurately and clearly.
  • Keep in contact with the client even after LOA has been signed.
  • On signing LOA, get referrals from client.

Applications capture and file construction:

  • Application completed and captured.
  • Supporting documents acquired.
  • File packaged for Branch Admin.

Aligned values and self development:

  • Align your personal values to the company values
  • Take responsibility for your personal development

 

Title of the Position:

TEMPS! TEMPS! TEMPS!

Equity Requirement:

AA/EE

Location:

Various

Salary:

Negotiable

Minimum Requirements:

Calling all temps with 3-4 years corporate experience. Register your CV now for exciting opportunities at blue chip companies. Matric is essential.

Key Responsibilities:

Huge Demand for Secretarial, reception, debtors, creditors, bookkeeping, payroll and customer service.